Is that a Borani Soemmerring gazelle over there or a mere color variety of the common springbok? Have you ever looked at the mount of an animal or, worse, gone on safari and not been able to recognize a creature? It’s happened to all of us. Trying to keep track of all the game animals in Africa is confusing, even to the experts. In fact, the number of gazelles and antelopes alone in Africa is greater than those found on all other continents combined. Add to this a huge number of very large and very small game animals, and one has a bewildering bouquet of animals that can take a lifetime to learn well.
Safari Press has come to the rescue with its Flash Cards of Common African Animals. You will find on one side a full-color picture of an animal and on the other the common English name(s), its Latin name, a concise description of where it occurs, its behavior, and its habitats. We have gathered a huge list of animals from the common to the obscure. Know the difference, in a flash, between a black and a white rhino, a common and a defassa waterbuck, and a dik-dik and a suni.
We’ve printed these cards on high-quality, thick, glossy stock for long-lasting use. Everything you always wanted to know about the different game animals of Africa is all here, providing you with hours of entertainment and fun. Test your bragging hunting buddy to see if he really knows as much as he pretends. Better yet, have one along on your safari and test your PH! Young and old, experienced and novice, everybody will love this pack of Flash Cards of African Animals! 60 cards, 4x6 inches